# Lesson Notes By Weeks and Term - Toddler

Oral Counting 1 - 20

Subject: Number Work

Term: 1st Term

Week: 9

Class: Pre-K

Age:  3 years

Duration: 40 minutes of 3 periods

Date:

Topic: Oral counting 1-20

Content: Identification, tracing and writing of 0 – 5. Identification of shapes – square, triangle and rectangle, colours – red, blue, yellow.

Specific Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:

1. Count orally 1 – 20
2. Identify numbers 0 - 5
3. Identify shapes and colours
4. Write 0 – 5

Instructional Techniques: Explanation, repetition, examples, questions and answers

Instructional procedures:

Periods 1 and 2: Oral counting 1 – 20, Identification of 0-5

 Presentation Teachers Activity Pupils Activity Step (1)Introduction of the theme The teacher using balloon of different colours sings balloon song The Pupils pay attention. 2Counting The teacher uses flash cards and charts and counts numbers 1 – 20 The pupils listen 3Identification The teacher uses flash cards to introduce the number 0-50      1    2    3   4    5She flashes the number 0-5 several times for them to identify The pupils identify 4Colouring The teacher draws numbers 0-5 for them to colour The pupils colour Evaluation Count numbers 1 – 20(2) Colour 0-5 above Class work As in evaluation Conclusion The teacher corrects and applauds them

Periods 3: shapes, colours, tracing and writing of 0-5

 Presentation Teachers Activity Pupils Activity Step (1)Review of the theme The teacher revisits the theme and sing balloon song with the pupils Pupils sing 2Shapes and colours The teacher revisits counting of numbers 1 – 20 and introduces shapes and colours   Square          Triangle     Rectangle 3Tracing and writing The teacher uses flash cards to review numbers 0-5. She traces 0-5 on the board for them to see and trac Pupils trace and write Evaluation (1) Identify these shapes(2) What colours are these?_______     ________   ________

Class work: As in evaluation

Trace and write 0-5

Conclusion: The teacher corrects and applauds the pupils and marks their books.